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Adventures in Stanwell Park

Australia is a landscape that is covered in natural wonders, and Stanwell Park in New South Wales is no exception. It's a land containing both serenity and adventure.

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The Beach

With sprawling green grass paired with soft sand and blue ocean, the Stanwell Park beach is beach-therapy at its finest. Should you wish you to spend an extended stay there are plenty of Stanwell Park accommodation options to choose from, such as Stanwell Park Holiday House , amongst others.

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Darkes Forest Riding Ranch

Probably the best way to explore all the park has to offer is by horse-back, and the family-owned Darkes Ranch provides an experience like no other. Darkes Ranch provides a dynamic array of packages designed to accommodate anyone ranging from children, to beginners to even advanced riders. The trained instructors are said to be highly enthusiastic to share their love for horse-riding.

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Wodi Wodi Walking Track

If horses aren't your thing and you'd rather explore the park on foot, then there's the picturesque Wodi Wodi walking track. Designed to ensure a comfortable yet comprehensive one-day adventure, the track covers notable locales such as Stanwell Lagoon and the Lawrence Hargrave House which was built in 1880.

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Boomerang Public Golf Course

If you enjoy a game of golf, the spectacular 18-hole range at the Boomerang Public Golf Course is sure to tickle your fancy. The views all around are nothing short of breath-taking, with the Pro-Shop boasting panoramic views of the surrounding scenery as well as the course in its entirety.

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Coalcliff Beach

This rocky beach is fairly dynamic as far as beaches go, offering sensational views, serving as a popular fishing-spot and even contains salt-water pools formed amidst the rocks. The beach is also patrolled most of the time ensuring the safety of the visitors, and even has arrangements in place for lead-dogs.

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Symbio Wild-Life Park

This is guaranteed to be an animal lover's dream and an experience bound to be remembered for a lifetime. At this establishment, you can interact with baby animals such as Koalas and Kangaroos, or even witness the feeding of Sumatran Tigers, who are endangered. The twenty-four exhibits within the reptile house contains some of Earth's most notorious reptiles, including the most poisonous of snakes. As of 2015, the park also features Cheetahs and Lemurs.

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Maddens Falls

There's no probably no better way to conclude an adventure at Stanwell Park than this beautiful locale. The spectacular water-falls are a stunning sight on their own, but offer even better views of the surrounding countryside. The plant-life to be found around the area range from roses and acacias to forests of ferns. In addition to the lush flora, the Maddens Falls are also very popular for bird-watching, featuring a host of species such as honey-eaters and red wattlebirds. Once you're done enjoying the waterfalls and maybe even the natural pools located around it, there's a picnic area where you can conclude your stay in style.